### Une méthode d'approximation mixte des équations des fluides non newtoniens de troisième grade.

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This paper solves the scalar Oseen equation, a linearized form of the Navier-Stokes equation. Because the fundamental solution has anisotropic properties, the problem is set in a Sobolev space with isotropic and anisotropic weights. We establish some existence results and regularities in ${L}^{p}$ theory.

We deal with the Laplace equation in the half space. The use of a special family of weigted Sobolev spaces as a framework is at the heart of our approach. A complete class of existence, uniqueness and regularity results is obtained for inhomogeneous Dirichlet problem.

This article addresses some theoretical questions related to the choice of boundary conditions, which are essential for modelling and numerical computing in mathematical fluids mechanics. Unlike the standard choice of the well known non slip boundary conditions, we emphasize three selected sets of slip conditions, and particularly stress on the interaction between the appropriate functional setting and the status of these conditions.

Material and shape derivatives for solutions to the Dirichlet Laplacian in a half-space are derived by an application of the speed method. The proposed method is general and can be used for shape sensitivity analysis in unbounded domains for the Neumann Laplacian as well as for the elasticity boundary value problems.

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